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Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux

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2020 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 92

With notes of tobacco, espresso, dark red fruits, herbs and cocoa, the wine is soft, round, polished, fruity and fresh. With a nice sweetness to the fruits and soft ripe tannins on the palate, the ripe berries taste and feel great in the finish. This is one of the top wines from Listrac and it sells for a song. 91-93 Pts

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2019 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 92

Luxuriously textured, ripe, fresh, sweet, juicy fruit with character is what you will find here. The finish, with its round, polished tannins and deep red fruits hits the mark in this vintage. 91-93 Pts

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2018 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 93

Aromatically the wine shoots right out of the glass with flowers, licorice, smoke, tobacco leaf, herbs and dark red fruits. And it gets even better on the palate with all its fresh, exuberant, ripe, licorice-covered red fruits, espresso and bitter chocolate. This is a top value from the Left Bank, so savvy consumers take notice. 93 Points

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Filled to the brim with licorice, espresso, plum and black currant, the wine is soft, polished, sweet, fresh and juicy. The fruity finish comes with espresso, licorice and wet earth as well as a mouthful of dark red fruits. 92-94 Pts

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2017 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 90

Crisp, bright and juicy, the wine offers licorice and earthy accents to the dynamic cassis, which permeates the nose and the palate. 90 Points

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2016 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 90

Smoke, earth, tobacco, cedar, cherry and floral characteristics are strong here. On the palate the wine displays ripe, juicy red fruits, soft, crisp tannins and ripe red plum and cherry in the finish. 90 Points

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With good color, it's easy to find the cassis, licorice, smoke, and cherries here. The wine has a softness to the tannins and sweet fruit in the finish. 90 Points

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2015 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 89

Sporting good color, licorice, smoke, black cherry and earthy scents are right there. Round, with sweet, ripe plums in the endnote, give it a few years to come around. 88 - 90 Pts

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2014 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 89

Lively, soft textured wine, with round tannins, fresh, dark red berries, hints of licorice, smoke and cocoa, and a blast of black cherry in the finish. And it sells for a song. 89 Points

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2012 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 87

Medium bodied, firm, classically styled, crisp wine, with strong tannins and a bright cassis, smoke and espresso bean finish. Time could add more character and softness to the wine. But the vintage was a difficult year for many estates in the Haut Medoc. 87 Points

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2011 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 86

Light, crisp red fruits with a strong touch of pyrazines and tobacco leaf on the nose and soft, dusty, red berry palate. This is not going to make old bones. I'd opt for drinking this sooner than later. 86 Points

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2010 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 91

Soft textures, round tannins and a blast of licorice, smoke, espresso bean and black cherries carry through from start to finish. An hour or so in the decanter helps. Still young, this will be better in a few years. One of the better wines from Moulis and it sells for fair price too! The wine was made from blending 50% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Petit Verdot. 91 Points

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2009 Château Branas Grand-Poujeaux  (Moulis en Médoc) 90

Just starting to open and show nicely, with its soft, medium bodied, round textures, coupled with its smoky, black cherry, licorice, earth and mocha infused profile. The wine was made from a blend of 50% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petit Verdot. 90 Points

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